Nicole Brennig > DLA Piper LLP (US) > Austin, United States > Lawyer Profile

DLA Piper LLP (US)
SUITE 2500
AUSTIN,TEXAS 78701-3799
United States
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Work Department

Global Investment Funds; Corporate




Nicky Brennig’s practice focuses on advising many of the world’s largest and most active pension plans, endowments, insurance companies, private market solutions providers, family offices and other financial institutions on all aspects of their business.

Nicky is actively involved in domestic and foreign alternative investment representation, including advising clients with respect to private investment funds, syndicated and direct co-investments, fund restructurings, general partner removals, advisory board matters, fund and advisor acquisitions and other consolidations, and fund dissolutions. Nicky also represents institutional investors in connection with the acquisition and sale of partnership interests in large secondary market transactions.

Nicky has been an active member of the alternative investment funds industry for over a decade. She is frequently invited to speak at major industry events and is involved in investor-education efforts with respect to alternative investments.

Nicky is also an active member of her community and serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas.


J.D., Southern Methodist University; B.A., Concordia University

Lawyer Rankings

United States > Investment funds > Private equity funds (including venture capital)

Sponsor-side mandates are a core pillar of strength at DLA Piper LLP (US), and in this space, Nathaniel Marrs is recognized in particular for his work for US and international real estate fund sponsors. The team is also actively developing its investor-side practice; David Parrish and Nicole Brennig, both based in Austin, have extensive expertise in advising institutional investors. Other key contacts are John Reiss, and Adam Tope. Unless stated otherwise, all named attorneys are based in New York. In 2020 Yasho Lahiri left for K&L Gates, and David Goldstein moved to Clifford Chance.